Police in Santa Rosa are investigating a shooting incident that occurred Friday night.
Monday is the final day to file a claim with the bankruptcy court, yet fewer than half of eligible victims have done so.
A Santa Rosa restaurant is considering seeking damages incurred from last week's PG&E power outages since their insurance policy won't help.
Many business owners in Northern California who are reeling from financial losses because of last week's planned power outage are finding out they shouldn't count on their insurance policies for help.
It's estimated about one third of Sonoma County's homeless people are living in their vehicles.
An alleged drunk driver who plowed into parked cars Monday morning killed a homeless woman who was asleep in her vehicle. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports the woman, in her 50s, was killed instantly along with her dog.
A 39-year-old man was arrested for the 2002 kidnapping and rape of a teenage girl in Santa Rosa after DNA evidence linked him to the crime.
More than 500 people are without power following a deadly crash in Santa Rosa
Survivors of the North Bay firestorm in 2017 say Wednesday's Red Flag threat and widespread power shutdown add another layer to their trauma.
The two year remembrance of the deadly Tubbs fires that destroyed thousands of homes is being heavily overshadowed by the very real possibility of a Public Safety Power Shutoff to prevent another such conflagration.
Chris Godley, Sonoma County's Department of Emergency Management director, told the board he is "99 percent sure it is going to happen tonight."
With the arrival of the second anniversary of the Tubbs Fire, fire victims who are waiting to complete or rebuild their homes are faced with the heavy burden of losing financial support for alternative housing.
The prospect of a massive midweek power shutdown has public agencies across the Bay Area scrambling.
A residential structure fire in Santa Rosa displaced four people Saturday. Firefighters with the Santa Rosa Fire Department responded Saturday at 5:53 p.m. to 1826 San Ramon Way on a report of a fire. Responding crews saw a large column of smoke coming from the back deck of a two-story home.
It's amazing that no more than five people died in Coffey Park when the Tubbs Fire swept through two years ago. "We got out at the last minute. We didn't know anything was going on until we woke up," said fire victim Janet Reisner.
KTVU's Tom Vacar reports PG&E is monitoring the heat and favorable fire conditions before they make any official announcements on whether or not they will enforce a public safety power shutoff.
So far there are no planned outages in the Bay Area, but PG&E is monitoring conditions in Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties for potential public safety power shutoffs as the Bay Area deals with Red Flag Warnings in the North Bay. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports from Santa Rosa where a local state of emergency was declared.
A section of U.S. 101 north of Santa Rosa was shut for several hours Sunday during a standoff between officers and a man who led them on a chase and refused to leave his car.
The Santa Rosa police department is investigating the death of a 13-month old boy discovered early Saturday afternoon.
In Santa Rosa, police are investigating the death of an infant. The body was discovered inside a home beside an unconscious adult. Both the child and adult were found inside a home on Darek drive just before 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Police are still trying to piece together what happened.